Unilever House

With its ground floor with rustic bosses, its colonnade and long corridors, this imposing building occupies part of the Bridewell Palace site. This residence built in 1522 by Henri VIII, which was used as a residence for ambassadors extraordinary, was then given to the town and converted into an orphanage. Rebuilt after the Great Fire, the building then became a prison. Notorious for its atrocious conditions, the prison was razed to the ground in 1864.

Useful information

Address : 

st. New Bridge

Nearby tourist attractions

Printing House Square
Printing House Square
This square acquired its name after the
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Blackfriars
Blackfriars
Blackfriars is derived from the site of
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Temple
Temple
Devoted to legal activities and forming
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St Bride's
St Bride's
The Church for the press and the «Fleet
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Blackfriars Bridge
Blackfriars Bridge
This bridge designed by Cubitt in 1899
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St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
Destroyed by the Great fire, rebuilt,
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Printing House Square
Printing House Square
This square acquired its name after the
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Blackfriars
Blackfriars
Blackfriars is derived from the site of
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Temple
Temple
Devoted to legal activities and forming
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St Bride's
St Bride's
The Church for the press and the «Fleet
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St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
Destroyed by the Great fire, rebuilt,
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Temple Church
Temple Church
Built in the 12C according to the
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